Public Access Facilities
Fairfield Lake continues to experience late-summer fish kills, and TPWD has suspended stocking at this lake until further notice. Fish kills have been documented on this power-plant lake since 2003. They occur in August and September when hot weather and shorter days lead to a shortage of oxygen in the water. For updates, visit the Facebook page for TPWD's Tyler field office.
Two boat ramps are available in Fairfield Lake State Park, which also offers a fishing pier, fishing bank, cleaning stations, restrooms, and campsites for tents and RVs. Duck hunting is not allowed on the reservoir. For details, choose a point on the map or a name in the chart below.
Park Ramps A & B
- From US 84 in Fairfield, turn northeast on FM 488. Go 1-2 miles. Turn right on FM 2570, and right again on FM 3285. Follow road to park entrance. Ramp A is north of headquarters. Ramp B is on the east shore, just past the camping areas.
- Two paved 2-lane ramps with parking for 100 vehicles. Bank fishing, pier fishing, and cleaning stations also available.
- Park entrance fee required
- Open all year
- Operated by Texas Parks & Wildlife Dept. (903) 389-4514